This guy is rapidly becoming a hero of mine. If we were only collectively to have one ongoing conversation, this in my opinion, would be the one that we need to continue to have.
The Occupy movement received its denigration at the time as being a movement that didn't know what it was on about. But what it always seemed to me like was more of a container than a movement. It was an empty container with a lot of questions. That it was ridiculed only demonstrated the necessity of the question-asking and the discomfort of the people who didn't know what the answers were.
We have only just started having this conversation. In other ways it's been going and unfolding in full force for the past 10 years. It's been a privilege to experience it. When I'm overwhelmed, and my despair is high at the Goliath/Davidness of the situation, still there is always that very small and fervent hope that continues to burn in the hope that love will win.